Here's Your Hat What's Your Hurry Summary & Study Guide

Elizabeth McCracken
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“Here’s Your Hat What’s Your Hurry” starts by introducing Aunt Helen Beck, a legendary older woman who stays in the houses of relatives so frequently that the children in houses where she stayed lived to tell stories about her to their own children, some of whom eventually meet her themselves when she comes to stay. Among her eccentricities is her dictation of letters for the children to write to people she has known who are dead; another is that she carries a small change purse with two pennies in it, though she will not show the pennies to anyone.

Aunt Helen Beck arrives at Orcas Island in Puget Sound to stay with Ford and his wife, Chris, after having stayed with Ford’s sister Abbie a few years previously. When they meet her at the ferry, Ford asks...

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